This Practice Note outlines the key procedural stages and rules for judicial review in Scotland. It also sets out key preliminary and pre-action considerations, such as alternatives, standing and time limits.
This Practice Note outlines the definition and scope of judicial review in Scotland, providing introductory guidance to Scottish judicial review claims. It considers key preliminary and pre-action issues, such as who and what can be challenged and by whom, the grounds for bringing a claim, the remedies that can be sought and when judicial review should and should not be used.
This Checklist sets out the key procedural stages and time limits for judicial review proceedings in Scotland, in accordance with Chapter 58 of the Court of Session Rules.
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